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Paint Liner Kit is a grouping of items that will help you paint various types of edges, both indoors and outdoors, without using masking tape. Each kit consists of a penlike edging tool, a wider edger-roller, and a bucket. The bucket's liner is meant to hold paint for your edger, while the outer shell of the bucket has a handle and has been designed to store your edger while you're not using it. This entire kit is compatible with a wide variety of household paint types.

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The cost of Paint Liner Kit is $29.99 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Fill Penlike Tool

    The first thing you'll need to do is fill your kit's penlike tool with the paint of your choice. For this, pouring the paint in is the quickest method, but if you're worried about spills, using a funnel or scoop is acceptable. Following that, you can adjust your tool's tip so it's an ideal width for the painting job you plan on doing. To make the tip narrower, pull the tip's black attachment closer to the top of the tip, and to make it wider, push the attachment back down in the other direction.

  2. Create Edges

    Once you've set up your tool, you'll be able to get to work creating edges along any window, floor, ceiling or length of trim—without covering the spots you don't want to paint with masking tape. To use the Paint Liner Kit's penlike tool effectively, hold it like you would a regular pen (although it's a bit wider) and draw straight lines. If you find you don't have enough control over the tool while holding it with one hand, two can be used.

  3. Use Edger-Roller (Optional)

    If you want the rest of a particular area, such as a wall, to be the same color as a certain edge you've created, you'll need to use your kit's edger-roller. After making sure the roller's included handle is attached to it, fill your kit's bucket liner with the paint you want to use and then dunk the roller in. Line your roller up directly beside the edge you've created, and use it as you would a standard roller in order to fill an entire area with paint.

  4. Rinse Roller

    When you're done creating various edges and painting various surfaces for the day, you'll have to wash off your edger-roller by rinsing it in the sink. After you're done, store it in your bucket and store all your tools in a safe and clean place until you need to work with them again.

Features

  • Synthetic Sable Bristles

    Each Paint Liner Kit's penlike tool has synthetic sable bristles that make up its tip, and this type of bristle is known for being fine and flexible. As a result, you'll be able to paint very precisely with the bristles and will be unlikely to make a mistake as you do your edging.

  • Refillable Tool

    This flexible-bristled penlike tool isn't meant for just one or a few uses. Actually, you'll be able to fill it as many times as you'd like to, for as long as you have it. Just keep in mind that its inner tube should be washed out whenever you switch from one shade of paint to another, even if the new shade isn't super-different from the old one.

  • Ultra-Absorbent Roller

    The edger-roller that comes within each Paint Liner Kit is of the super-absorbent variety, so that means it'll pick up the maximum amount of paint possible when dunked in your bucket. This, in turn, means that you'll be able to paint a large chunk of a particular area (or perhaps the whole thing) before you'll need to dunk the roller again.

  • Indoor and Outdoor Use

    Some painting tools are only meant for use indoors, and some outdoors, but this entire kit can be used virtually anywhere inside or outside your home. Since the bucket in each kit includes a handle for carrying purposes, you'll be able to carry it from place to place with you and complete multiple painting jobs in a day, if you choose.

Positive Points

  • Compatible With Various Paints

    With your edger-roller and penlike edging tool, you'll be able to use virtually any type of paint (such as oil or latex) that you'd normally use to paint the things in and around your home. You won't be restricted to paints that contain certain ingredients or ones that are made by certain brands, nor will you be restricted when it comes to color. Consequently, if you've got some perfectly good yet half-empty cans of paint sitting around your house, you'll be able to use up those instead of obtaining new cans.

Negative Points

  • Requires Some Dexterity

    Many people can use an edger-roller without a problem, but using this kit's penlike tool will require some dexterity. If you're unsure about your ability to use it, you may need to practice taking a few swipes on a piece of paper before taking it to a more important surface. After you use the tool a few times, your edges will likely end up being close to perfect, but without practice, your first couple could fall a little short of that mark.

Save Money

If you normally hire professional painters to complete a big painting job at your home (or even a small job, for that matter), you may no longer need to once you have this kit. For those users with any painting experience at all, the tools in the Paint Liner Kit may enable you to do a totally professional-looking job on your own. You also won't have to pick up several rolls of masking tape at the store to cover certain areas you don't want painted, as your penlike tool will enable you to control that without tape.

Save Time

On a related note, when you use this edging kit, you won't have to spend up to an hour adding masking tape to certain walls and then pulling it off when you're done your painting. What's more, it's claimed that the efficiency of the tools in this kit will enable you to complete any painting job in 70 percent of the time you'd normally take. That'll leave you a fair amount of time that you can use to complete other household tasks or just relax.

Warnings

  • Only For Paint

    Most people will recognize that an edger-roller is meant to be covered with paint only, but some may be tempted to put something else, such as glue or caulking, in their penlike edging tool. You must not do this, though, as the tool has only been designed to accommodate the consistency of paint, and another substance might clog it. Plus, another substance could also damage the tool's bristles.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Paint Liner Kit online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Paint Liner Kit online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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